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Unformatted text preview: f 1- MM f 1 ) . 2. The number of losses for health insurance is distributed as a Negative Binomial with a mean of 6. The amount of each individual loss is follows a Weibull distribution with = 2 and = 500. An insurance policy covering health insurance has an ordinary deductible such that the expected number of claims is 5. Calculate the amount of the deductible....
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